Real Estate News
It's hard to resist a historic bungalow, especially one that has all of the charm of a 1956 build and an interior fit for the modern homemaker. Enter 206 Boerne St. Located in the Lavaca Historic District, the oldest neighborhood in San Antonio, this 937-square-foot home forces you to trade space for hot location. But for urbanites, it's worth all $250,000.
This single-family home offers serious walkability in the King-William District and downtown.
"It's an adorable two-bed, two-bath home located in desirable Lavaca Historic District," says Urban Nest Realty agent Laura Clark-Arguijo. "[You can] walk to restaurants, galleries, and the River Walk — it's real urban living."
In addition to a new fence, the exterior and interior of the home have recently been repainted. There's a combined living and dining area with wood floors throughout, and the bathrooms blend the home's original subway tile with new flooring. This quaint house is also equipped with a pristine kitchen — think stainless-steel appliances combined with built-in shelving and a built-in pantry.
If accessibility to downtown is a top priority, 206 Boerne St. has your name on it.